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Chemistry Warwick Electrochemistry & Interfaces

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Welcome to Warwick Electrochemistry!

Founded in 1992, the Warwick Electrochemistry & Interfaces Group (WEIG) is internationally leading in the development of frontier instrumental techniques, with applications in electrochemistry, electrocatalysis, energy research, sensor systems, material characterisation and the life sciences.

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Led by Prof_dsc0666.jpgessors Patrick Unwin & Julie Macpherson, WEIG is consituted of 38 members from all over the world. We seek the best and brightest to join us at WEIG, with our research making important advances in imaging, energy, health, chemical sensing, engineering and materials science. Our staff and students enjoy exciting careers in research and development, at one of the UK's premier research centres, The University of Warwick.

Find out more About Us, our Research, and the People who work at WEIG.



3 year postdoc position

An exciting opportunity to use a range of innovative scanned probe microscopy techniques and electrochemical methods to gain a better understanding of the nucleation and growth of crystals at surfaces. This position is part of a large multifaceted 5-year EPSRC Programme Grant involving 8 UK groups and international partners. There is considerable scope for collaborations, especially experiment-theory, and with industry partners. The closing date for applications is 22 January, with interviews w/c 5 February.

More details and application form can be found here.


News


Dr Minkyung Kang receives Thesis Prize

Former PhD student of WEIG (now a postdoctoral researcher at Imperial College London) Dr Minkyung Ka…

Congratulations to Pat for his prizes!

Pat Unwin has been selected by the Society of Electroanalytical Chemistry to receive the 2018 Charle…

Congratulations Maria!

Many congratulations go to Maria Adobes Vidal for passing her viva and completing her PhD on the 16t…

WEIG wins prizes!

WEIG proves that its members are top of the game - well done to Emma Ravenhill for winning the Lubri…

Congratulations Zoe!

Many congratulations go to Zoe Ayres for passing her viva and completing her PhD on the 12th May 201…

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Videos

Fishing For Graphene!

Video by Guohui Zhang. Read more here.

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